3570 North Craycroft Tucson. AZ
135 South Wilmot Rd, Tucson, AZ
Oro Valley: 520-352-1830
In 1997, Gary and Colleen Worthington took a simple concept – artisanal European hearth breads, made from scratch – and revolutionized the bakery & café concept. They opened their first Kneaders Bakery & Café in Orem, Utah, where they used that concept and served freshly-baked breads and a handful of pastries and soups.
They quickly realized that their amazing bread would make really amazing sandwiches, and embarked on a mission to develop a unique menu which would provide their customers with a variety of fresh-made and wholesome options. They began slow-roasting turkey breasts overnight and hand pulling them each morning to create delicious sandwiches on their signature breads. Today, each restaurant slow-roasts between 100-250 lbs of turkey breast every day which is hand-pulled and served on our sandwiches and salads. The award-winning fast-casual restaurant also serves over 12 varieties of scratch-made bread, 42 pastries, as well as a number of hearty soups.
Kneaders Bakery & Café made charitable giving a priority early on, partnering with local non-profit organizations to feed the needy in our communities. Since then, the company has become the title sponsor for the American Fork Canyon Run Against Cancer and has developed programs to raise funds for children’s hospitals in our local communities.
Still headquartered in Orem, Utah, Kneaders Bakery & Café boasts 55 corporate owned and franchised locations in six western states.
OMGOSH can you say scrumptious? Coffee is perfect and pastries ate to die for, YUM, YUM ,YUM. They get a 10 plus plus.
Great coffee, oatmeal is excellent, and so are there salads. Prompt and courteous service.
This is our new favorite place!! Terrific salads, smoothies to die for (Mango tango!!) wonderful pastries (almond croissant!!) and great sandwiches on fresh baked bread!! Oh, and forget Starbucks!! They have great coffee drinks.
What a great job they did. Love the food and staff
This was my first visit to Kneaders but won’t be my last! The French toast was so yummy.
Cute little bakery. Offered sweet treats, amazing bread options, and had things for the kitchen and home that my wife simply adores. They donate day old bread to charity, and the employees are fantastic. Go inside, it’s really a beautiful place